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Learn about accessibility features
Features incorporated in the DIT website to make it accessible are:
  1. Skip to Main Content: Quick access to the core content on the page is provided without going through repetitive navigation using the keyboard.
  2. Icons: Text has been supplemented with icons, wherever appropriate to enable users with learning disabilities understand the information easily. Icons have been provided along with text labels for key navigation options as well as important features, such as print, email, etc.
  3. Descriptive Link Text: Brief description of a link is provided using descriptive phrases​ instead of just using words link  'Read more' and 'Click here' as link text. Further, if a link opens a Website in a new window, the description specifies the same.
  4. Identification of file type and file size: Information about alternate file types, such as PDF along with the file size has been provided within the link text to help users identify the same. In addition, icons for different file types have been provided with the links. This helps users in deciding whether they wish to access the link. For example, if a link opens a PDF file, the link text specifies its file size and file type.
  5. Headings: The Web page content is organized using appropriate headings and sub-headings that provide a readable structure. H1 indicates the main heading, whereas H2 indicates a sub-​heading.
  6. Titles: An appropriate name for each Web page is specified that helps one to understand the page content easily.
  7. Alternate Text: Brief description of an image is provided for users with visual disability. If you are using a browser that supports only text or have turned off the image display, you can still know what the image is all about by reading the alternate text in absence of an image. In addition, some browsers display the alternate text in the form of a tooltip when the user moves the mouse pointer over the image.
  8. Explicit Form Label Association: A label is linked to its respective control, such as text box, check box, radio button and drop-down list. This enables the assistive devices to identify the labels for the controls on a form.
  9. Form instructions and errors: Instruction text and error messages for forms are displayed dynamically, i.e., while the user is navigating the form and filling up the form. To make this information available to users including screen reader users, ARIA techniques have been used. To ensure that users are able to access this important form information, help for the same has been provided.
  10. Consistent Navigation Mechanism: Consistent means of navigation and style of presentation throughout the Website have been incorporated. • Keyboard Support: The website can be browsed using a keyboard by pressing the Tab and Shift + Tab keys.
  11. Customized Text Size: The size of the text on the Web pages can be changed either through the browser or, through the Accessibility Options page or by clicking on the text sizing icons present at the top of each page.
  12. Adjust contrast scheme: The website provides different schemes to enable users with visual impairments, such as low vision and color blindness to view the web page information with ease. Facility available for changing the contrast of the web pages ​​​.​uis ​